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Heroes You Should Know: John Knox

Knox was a faithful preacher until the end of his brief life. Because of his unwavering preaching, Queen Mary of Scots considered him “the most dangerous man in all her realm.” Continue reading

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Seven Surefire Ways to Ruin Your Church Experience

Most people want to have a positive worship experience. But if you secretly want to ruin your church experience, here are seven surefire ways to do it. Continue reading

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Ham and Deviled Eggs for Easter

As Ham-Eater-In-Chief, I considered all of these options in a highly academic and theological manner befitting someone of my position. After weighing the theories, I identified a conclusive and unique reason why we eat ham for Easter lunch. Continue reading

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Five Inescapable Truths that Missions Teach Us (Part Three)

If you are just chiming in on this series of blog posts, you can read the first blog post and the second blog post in the series here. When it comes to the truth of God’s people in the world, … Continue reading

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Five Inescapable Truths that Missions Teach Us (Part Two)

I was sick and tired of eye glasses.  We had lugged about 5,000 pairs of glasses half-way around the world.  In case you are wondering, that is more than 350 pounds of glasses – sorted, packed, and catalogued.  Glasses.  Glasses. … Continue reading

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Five Inescapable Truths that Missions Teach Us (Part One)

I am freshly back from an unbelievable mission experience.  I had the privilege of journeying as part of a team of eleven short-term missionaries from Kentucky.  We went to the Philippines to serve the people of the greater Paniqui area … Continue reading

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When owning a Bible is Deadly

While Americans sleep comfortably under a blanket of freedom, things are far different in the distant land of North Korea. The Korean newspaper, JoongAng Ilbo recently reported that the North Korean government publicly executed 80 people.  The offenses of those … Continue reading

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